Samsung has sworn that it will do everything necessary to fight the ban request filed by Apple seeking to stop eight Samsung smartphones from being sold in the US.
The statement from Samsung comes as Apple has recently named the eight Samsung Smartphones it wants to be banned in the US.
Samsung said that it “will take all necessary measures to ensure the availability of our products in the U.S. market.”
Apple on Friday won a landmark case in San Jose, California where a jury awarded the …
Nokia, Samsung and Sony Mobile have brushed aside differences and competition to form a partnership called the In-Location Alliance in an attempt to provide advanced indoor mapping services.
The In-Location Alliance consists of 22 tech companies that, other than the three phone makers, include Broadcom, Nordic Technology Group and Qualcomm.
The organization is on track to provide mapping services with “high accuracy, low power consumption, mobility, implementability and …
The patent case between Apple vs Samsung came to a close last Friday after just three days, and Apple wins 1.05 billion dollars as reward for copyright infringement damages.
Jurors have decided that, in general, Apple has won the case, stating that Samsung had violated copyright issues, infringing 3 utility patents and 4 designs, according to the Jury.
The jury to Apple vs Samsung infringement case results in Apple getting 1.05 billion dollars. (Image: Tijl Vos (CC) via
Back from an unexpectedly short 21-hour deliberation period, a jury has sided with Apple in its lawsuit against Samsung Electronics in California and awarded more than $1 billion in damages to the Cupertino, California-based iPhone-maker.
The verdict was handed down on Friday at a California District Court and means that Samsung must pay $1.05 billion to Apple. That’s $1,049,343,540 if you must split hairs.
Meanwhile, nothing of the $421 million Samsung asked as damages from Apple in its own …
Apple and Samsung today delivered their closing arguments in a long-running trial between the two consumer electronics powerhouses in San Jose, California.
Hanging in the balance is more than $2.5 billion in damages Apple is asking and a precedent which will have a great effect on the patent system of the U.S. and of industrial design in the whole world.
However, before the courtroom heard the closing arguments of both camps, the jury and District Judge Lucy Koh had to wade through 109 pages of …
As the Apple and Samsung trial in San Jose, California draws to a close, Apple is arguing in a separate court that the Galaxy Nexus is a product of Samsung copying the iPhone to take market share away from them.
Apple has argued in an appeals court in Washington that the Galaxy Nexus smartphone is copying its Siri voice-controlled personal assistant, Bloomberg reports.
“This was the beat-Apple strategy. This was the top of the line, Cadillac phone they trotted out to compete with the …
An Apple expert has replicated a tablet concept from 1994 to try to discredit the assertion made by Samsung that the concept device is prior art that should invalidate Apple’s design patent on the iPad.
On Friday, Peter Bressler was called to the stand by Apple bringing with him a replica of the Fidler tablet. The Fidler tablet was a project by Roger Fidler for the Knight Ridder company’s Information Design Lab.
Roger Fidler with his Fidler tablet prototype and the Apple …
The rumored Galaxy S II Plus has reappeared, this time on the website of a Chilean mobile carrier which posted a complete page for it.
The Galaxy S II Plus is essentially the Galaxy S II with a larger screen. Furthermore, the phone looks a lot like the T-Mobile Galaxy S II (T989).
This may seem odd for Samsung to introduce a refreshed version of the Galaxy S II, especially since the Galaxy S III is already out, but the company may have its reasons.
The Galaxy S II is selling quite well still. …
Emotions ran high in court on Thursday as the judge handling the Apple and Samsung case in California became irritated with Apple trying fit what she says is an excessive number of witnesses into its remaining allotted time.
U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh even went as far as saying a lawyer representing Apple can only think that they could enter that number of witnesses in the last few hours of their time in court if he was “smoking
Samsung has argued that it was working on tablets even before the first iPad was launched.
The claim is the latest in the ongoing courtroom battle between Samsung and Apple in California.
In a testimony, Samsung chief designer Jin Soo Kim told the court through an interpreter that the design of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was influenced more by practicality than Apple’s